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South Park's newest episode, "Let Them Eat Goo" which aired Wednesday mocks LeBron James and his lack of defense of free speech in the current crisis of Hong Kong against China. The episode concentrates on diets and plant-based foods, and on the students at South Park's public school who are protesting the unhealthy food they are being fed, especially meat from animals.
NBC's newest comedy Sunnyside has started to demonstrate the anti-ICE sentiments that suddenly became so popular on the left once President Trump took office. In the latest episode, "Dr. Potato" which aired Thursday night, the team bands together to find Drazen, one of their fellow immigrants who has been taken by ICE.
Mixed-ish just aired its third episode Tuesday night, and "Let Your Hair Down" has proven to be just as politically correct and woke as the rest of the season has been. In this episode we learn that "neat" can be added to the list of innocuous words that have been deemed racist.
Black-ish is pushing the radical feminist agenda, and also anti-Trump vibes, in its newest episode "Feminisn't" where Bow (Tracee Ellis Ross) and her friend Abby are portrayed as activists for woman's equality, having started their own women's group after the 2016 election.
CBS's All Rise continues trying to be the wokest series on television. The third episode, "Sweet Bird of Truth" which aired on Tuesday would be better titled "Sweet Bird of Political Correctness." Aside from a cyberspace felony hacking case, the episode focuses primarily on Luke, our hero bailiff. Luke is randomly attacked by two policeman on his morning jog to work.
The South Park episode "Band in China" that aired Wednesday night exposed the brutalities and human rights abuses of the Communist government and we're feeling pretty good about it. The episode slammed the entertainment industry for allowing Communist China to censor content produced in the United States.
All Rise aired its second episode of the season Monday and, following last week's premiere, the show has stayed true to its original promise of wokeness. This episode, "A Long Day's Journey into ICE" focuses on the "injustice" of the U.S. immigration system and the evils of ICE.
NCIS: Los Angeles aired its eleventh season Sunday night. The episode "Let Fate Decide" was a compelling watch, given that the team is fighting against ISIS and attempting to stop an all-out war, but of course since the episode involves the Middle East, the writers felt it necessary to include a scene praising the hijab and its wearers, blatantly ignoring the fact that in many Middle Eastern countries the hijab is forced upon women and is not freely chosen like in America.
Sunnyside just aired its pilot episode "Becoming a Citizen is Complicated" Thursday and for once NBC put out an episode that properly recognizes and celebrates the American dream. Garrett Modi (Kal Penn) is a young, irresponsible councilman who has just been unanimously voted out of office due to his excessive partying and lack of real political action.
Young Sheldon premiered for a third season Thursday night on CBS and featured Sheldon and his mother connecting over mental health. Of course, because it was created by leftist Chuck Lorre, he made sure to throw some good old Christian bashing in, portraying Christians as "mental" for praying to an "invisible man in the sky" for "wishes."
The new season of South Park got back to its libertarian roots in ways many conservatives might not appreciate. One side plot of Wednesday night's episode "Mexican Joker" dealt with marijuana and regulation reform, but the main storyline was based around illegal immigrant children being placed in detention centers.
Mixed-ish premiered on ABC Tuesday and it is about the childhood of Rainbow "Bow" Johnson, the mother in the hit television show Black-ish played by Tracee Ellis Ross. In what has become typical from ABC, the show features themes such as communistic sympathy, anti-conservative and anti-capitalism bias.